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." stick around. >>> coming up next, jodi arias may learn her fate. will she live or die? live to phoenix, next. ♪ new beneful medley's... ...in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. just mix it in... ...and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> now to arizona. later today, jurors in the jodi arias trial will hear arguments about why her life should be spared. casey wian with more from phoenix. >> we, the jury, upon our oath, find that the aggravating factor especially cruel has been profession. >> reporter: jodi arias sat solemnly as the jury decided she is eligible for a death sentence. the aggravating factor fades of a process that will you the mul determine her sentence. the county medical examiner, family and friends of victim victim travis alexander fought back tears. martinez displayed graphic images of alexander's body on giant screens that showed dozens of stab wounds. one so deep it punctured a vain going to his heart that produced a gusher of blood and several to the head that dented his skull.
... ♪ to wireless is mitless.s... >> shepard: the jodi arias murder trial, she has been found guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend, now the phase of whether she lives or dies, and part of it is victim impact testimony. this is the sister of the man she shot and stabbed and slit the throat. and there she is. tears in the courtroom. let's listen. >> my brother's death -- i think of my ears ringing, my stomach burning, and this idea that this can't possibly be happening. on the morning of june 10, 2008, i was on a river trip in arizona. we were getting ready to take the boat out. i checked my voice mail before we went out for the day, there was a message from my grandmother. my heart sank to my stomach. she said, samantha, you need to call me back. it's very important. i could tell she was crying, and i recognized her tone of voice from before. i knew that someone was dead. i called my grandma's house,. my sister answered the phone. she screamed at me, she said, samantha, travis is dead. i could barely breathe out the words, what happened? she told me that know one knew. the police didn't provide an
. >>> all right, let's move on. prosecutors prove jodi arias is a murderer and a liar, but does the 32-year-old woman deserve to die? that's the big question. right now you're looking at live pictures of the ongoing hearing. what's going on right now? the jury of eight men and four women is expected to decide in this hearing that you're watching, started just moments ago, whether or not the death penalty happens. this is up to the jury. two phases. first was, did they find her guilty? yes. so now the first part of the second phase was, is it such a cruel murder that the death penalty is justified? the jury again found yes. so now the final phase, which is where they look at the facts of the stabbing, the shooting, the near-decapitation of travis alexander, the victim here, in 2008. yes, it's especially cruel. let's look at the circumstances and see if there are any mitigating effects. you have aggravating and mitigating. aggravating is what it sounds like. these are things that make it even worse than other murders. what types of things? the way was done, the victim, the type of relationshi
finds jodi arias eligible for the death penalty in the gruesome murder of her ex-boyfriend. will she get life or will she get death? >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." a lot of news when you were sleeping. >> may 16th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> we begin with breaking news this morning. dangerous deadly storms overnight killing at least six people. and right now, the search is on for 14 people who are missing and the fear that the death toll could go up. terrifying funnel clouds bearing down the hardest hit area is granbury, texas. six people were killed in a habitat for humanity neighborhood. most of the 120 homes there were destroyed, more than 100 others are injured. victor blackwell live in granbury for us. what is the latest there? >> there is a rescue task force coming in from dallas now to search for these 14 unaccounted for people. we're told that the six people that you mentioned who were killed, two of them were found so far from homes that they're now expanding the search area. not just to the central area of an area called rancho brazos, but also to pastures
's case and the investigation. >>> also today, it was jodi arias' turn to listen as travis alexander's brother and sister told the court how his brutal killing had ripped the heart out of their family. >>> we start, though, tonight in north texas where at least 13 tornadoes touched down last night, 13. a terrifying night for everyone in their path. this is what it looked like on the ground. take a look. >> dude, look at that! it's right above us! right above us! film right above us! literally look straight up! >> oh, my god! oh, my goodness! [ bleep ]. >> the 13 funnels touched down, they unleashed their fury. this video was shot near bowie. imagine seeing that in your backyard. in granbury an ef-4 twister touched down, the second most severe on the scale. at least six people are confirmed dead right now, dozens more injured. as we said, a terrifying night, twister after twister ripping through north texas as people did their best to take cover. one neighborhood in granbury was particularly hard-hit. dozens of homes were destroyed or damaged. the storms wiped out the water and electr
in the coal mine. >>> o.j. simpson on the stand. long shot bid for a new trial. jodi arias back in court has the jury offered the convicted killer another blow. nancy grace breaks down the legal case and only nancy grace can. >>> the video today that you have to see to believe. a deer crashing through the windshield of a bus. find out how it ended. i'm talking for the deer. you're watching "starting point." how do you get your bou? i just stick the bar in the dryer like this, and it freshens my laundry for me so i don't have to think. wait. what was the question? [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? [ man ] stick it and forget it. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> the final phase of jodi arias murder trial begins later today with jurors ultimately deciding whether she receives a sentence of life or death. they found that she was exceptionally cruel when she murder her ex-boyfriend. that verdict means she is el viable to receive the death penalty. the prosecution ham
testifying in his bid for a new trial on armed robbery charges while today jurors in the jodi arias case consider the ultimate punishment after finding her eligible for the death penalty. we'll begin in phoenix with diana alvear. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as the judge explained to the jurors, all murders are considered cruel by definition, but did travis alexander suffer during his 2008 death at the hands of jodi arias? >> we the jury, duly impaneled find that the the aggravating factor, especially cruel has been proven. >> reporter: the jury took three hours to decide that the way jodi arias killed her boyfriend, travis alexander fit the court's definition. arias was convicted may 8th of premeditated murder. >> as to count one, first-degree murder, guilty. >> reporter: after the verdict, she told a local station she prefers a death sentence to life in prison. >> i believe death is the ultimate freedom. so i'd rather just have my freedom as soon as i can get it. >> reporter: arias stabbed alexandre 27 times, slashed his throat, and after he was already dead, shot hi
fogle was found with a letter promising millions for cooperation. >>> jodi arias returns to a phoenix courtroom. today, the jury begins deciding whether she should get the death penalty for killing her former boyfriend. arias says she would rather die than spend life in prison. >>> the powerball jackpot has grown to $360 million before tonight's drawing. as for last night's mega millions, $170 million up for grabs. but no one won it. friday's jackpot now jumped to $190 million. those are just some of our top stories on this wednesday, may 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> we'll know if diana perez wins the jackpot. ratting you out right here. she said, "if i win, i'm not coming in. i'm not even breaking stride. never again." >> you will never see this mug again. >> i would keep it a secret. at least i would come in for a little while. take care of business. >> bosses know they will never see the mug again. if i win. not even -- >> not a hug, nothing. you will be gone. >> i will send you a nice present. that will be your c
will then be turned into wetlands to lessen future flooding. >>. >> the jodi arias death penalty hearing in arizona is delayed until monday. highly emotional testimony brought arias and the victim's family to tears on thursday. last week, arias was found guilty of murdering her one-time boyfriend, travis alexander, back in 2008. there is no word on why the testimony is delaid. >>> a builder says he had permission to tear apart an ancient mayan pyramid in belize. the bulldozing sparked worldwide outrage when the devastation of the 2,300-year-old ruins came to light. the work has since stopped. but the company crushing the historic stones say it was given permission by the landowner to extract the material. >>> a mountain lion is safe and so are the residents of santa cruz, california. wildlife officials tranquilized the big cat after it was seen wandering out of the big mountains and into one of the busiest intersections in town. quite a sight there. >>> and another wild animal getting way too close for comfort. watch what happens when an alaskan grizzly bear decides to make filmmaker joe the snack
. the state department has demanded his immediate release. >>> convicted killer jodi arias is due back in a courtroom for the sentencing phase of her trial. the jury must decide if she deserves the death penalty. she underwent psychiatric testing after her conviction last week. >>> a seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball was hit and killed by a pickup truck tuesday in oregon. 42-year-old richard swanson was just two weeks into his 10,000 mile journey which he was documenting on facebook. it was designed to promote the one world football project donating soccer balls to people in developing countries. o.j. simpson is set to take the stand today. the former football star certificate serving up to 33 years in prison. simpson claimed he had inappropriate legal representation at his 200 trial. >>> and you've heard of fans catching balls at baseball games. but take a look at this one. a little bit more impressive. watch what happens. san francisco's hunter penn loses control of his bat, it flies into the stand and fortunately, caught by a fan. a lucky moment as, of course, that bat cou
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